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LOW Voltage-Elect-HVAC Maint-need meaninful work or career path? -...

City: Denver
Date: 15 Sep 2020
Category: Systems / Network

Do you have low voltage, electrical, commercial-residential HVAC, welding or maintenance experience? We may have a career for you!

Accessible Systems (20 years in business) helps families stay in their home with safety-medical equipment. Our trained installers get to make an impact with these families by taking skills they already have in low voltage, electrical, HVAC and applying it to a new career that has MEANING and makes an IMPACT.... AND Yes, we have a training program for you!

We are a family run business and we do truly care about our employees. Truly, it is a family here that we call the ASI family. The team actually does things together and many of us are friends beyond work.

Career Path example-Here is an example, Mike A, started with us about 12 years ago. Mike A was a factory line welder. Today, Mike has been trained and is a lead installer on equipment such as stairlifts, mini elevators, and other equipment. He has a career with certified training to prove it.

Benefits-We have an amazing benefits package which includes paid holidays, company vehicle, paid vacation, 401K retirement sharing-match program.

Family-Honestly, its a family here...need I say more!

Pay-DOE-Our typical starting range is $20-$25/ hour and this is a W2 position NOT a 1099.

Career Path-As I mentioned above, we do have a training program.
Minimum of 1-3 years related work experience. Hands on practical experience with low voltage, mechanics, electronics, pneumatics and hydraulics
Proven experience for completing installations, maintenance and repairs to large equipment, and diagnosing and locating component and equipment faults
Ability to research, understand and follow equipment manuals and schematics.

Thank you for looking and I hope you will give me a call or send me a resume. Blessings to you!

John Bixenman, hiring manager and GM for 20 years.

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